Many thanks for those changes. Though they weren't fixing any show-stoppers, I've needed some of those changes for a while - in terms of priority, they come under "Nice-to-have", or maybe "Highly desirable", for me.
There is one niggly annoyance I find with CHS and which has persisted across migration from XP to Win7 to Win8/8.1: the recent clips from the top of the popup Quick Paste Menu (Ctrl+Alt+Q) simply disappear, and you are left with just one or two default items in that list. Is there any way to control this behaviour?
There are also two unexplained problems I have which seem to be CHS-related:
1. After copying some rich text+images from (say) a webpage to Clipboard, when pasting rich text
contents, only the bare unformatted text gets pasted. I have to copy the source material twice
(in succession) to be able to paste all the RTF content. This is repeatable whether pasting into MS Word or MS OneNote.
2. When pasting such twice-copied RTF content into OneNote, the result is a sort of "smart" paste - the RTF content is pasted correctly, and is followed by a reference string
containing the source URL. For example:
However, when pasting such twice-copied RTF content into Word, the content is pasted correctly, but is not
followed by any reference string containing the source URL.
In CHS, I use:
- Ctrl+C - Copy.
- Ctrl+V - Paste just the text contents from Clipboard. (Modified by an AHK script.)
- Ctrl+Shift+V - Paste rich text contents from Clipboard. (Modified by an AHK script.)
Ideally, I'd like the RTF Paste into Word to be "smart" - to include the same reference string (URL) as per OneNote - but I'm not sure how to control this.
I know the URL and other source reference data are in the Clipboard, and I know there's a switch in CHS to set some of this ON in a paste template, but the latter would seem clunky for what I am after.
If anyone could help to throw some light on workarounds to control these dynamically, I'd be grateful.